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Will DeMarco Murray break Jim Brown's consecutive 100-yd game record?
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Will DeMarco Murray break Jim Brown's consecutive 100-yd game record?
Friday October 17th, 2014

The Dallas Cowboys improved to 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS over their last five games in last week's impressive road upset over the Seattle Seahawks. The Cowboys' typically one-dimensional passing offense has been flipped on its head this season as RB DeMarco Murray has rushed for at least 100 yards in all six of the Cowboys' games. One prop bet at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com asks how many 100-plus-yard rushing games Murray will have this season, with the total set at 11 games.

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Bettors can bet on Murray breaking Barry Sanders' record of 14 straight games with 100 rushing yards or more at +2000, or breaking Eric Dickerson's single season record of 2,105 yards at +2500. Through Week 6, Murray is on pace for 2,093 rushing yards this season.

Seattle visits St. Louis In week 7 and Carolina in Week 8 before returning home in Week 9. Will Seattle lose another game at home in the 2014 regular season? "Yes" is a -250 favorite over “No” at +170 at the sportsbooks. Seattle's remaining home games come against Oakland, the Giants, Arizona, San Francisco and St. Louis.

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Sitting at 506 career touchdown passes, Peyton Manning needs two touchdown passes to tie Brett Favre and three to pass him for the all-time record. Will Manning record touchdown pass No. 509 of his career this Sunday at home against San Francisco? "Yes" is a -180 favorite at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com while "No" is going off at +150. Julius Thomas is the favorite to catch the record pass at +200 ahead of Demaryius Thomas (+300), Emmanuel Sanders (+500) and Wes Welker (+500).

The Cleveland Browns visit the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday in the first of three very winnable games for the Browns. After Jacksonville, Cleveland returns home to host the Oakland Raiders and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Cleveland is going off at +170 to win all three games and -250 to lose at least one.

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